Mónika Infante, CEO of Aeropuertos Dominicanos Siglo XXI (Aerodom), was elected president of the board of directors of the Airports Association of Latin America and the Caribbean (ACI-LAC) for the period 2024-2025.
This is a significant milestone for the aviation industry, as Mónika Infante is the first woman to hold the prominent position in the history of the international organization.
The chief executive of Aerodom, a subsidiary of VINCI Airports, said that she assumes the new position with a firm commitment and a clear vision to prioritize the protection, promotion and support for the development of ACI-LAC members.
Infante also pledged to continue working on the liberalization of the air transportation industry and traffic growth, focusing on innovation and technology for the benefit of travelers.
In addition, he will promote the sustainability and decarbonization of the sector, as well as the integration of airports in the economic development and welfare of nations and regions, maintaining their relevance to governments.
“It is with great pleasure, responsibility and commitment that I take on the challenge of leading the ACI-LAC Board. Being the first woman president commits me even more to chart the course for all the women who work in this exciting industry on a daily basis,” she said.
The executive also said that among the objectives of the entity is the continued promotion of airports to continue growing in a sustainable manner; lead the energy transition of the industry; continuously improve the passenger experience; ensure operational and airport safety; keep the new generations interested in the sector and contribute to the economic development of communities.